New library books to help you discover yourself

This month’s selection of books will offer you tips and advice on how to get to know yourself and transform your life. Enjoy reading!

Transforming your life through self-care : a guide to tapping into your deep beauty and inner worth / Brent, Carolyn A.
“Stop living in the poor me world and take purposeful action with discipline and determination to practice self-care, no matter what your age. This book shows you how to become your own caregiver by tapping into your deep beauty and inner worth and transforming yourself through exercise, diet, meditation, and getting rid of toxic relationships. This motivational self-help book outlines the necessary self-care actions to achieve success in your new lifestyle and wellness journey.(adapted from Catalogue)

Best self : be you, only better / Bayer, Mike
“Ask yourself…Are you truly Who You Want To Be? Is this the life you really want? What can you change? How would you answer those questions? Think about your daily life. Are you thriving, or going through the motions. Are your days full of work, relationships and activities that are true to your authentic self, or do you feel trapped on a treadmill of responsibility? If you dream of a better life, now is the time to turn your dream into reality.Best Self will show you how  to design a life that is fulfilling on the deepest levels” (adapted from Catalogue)

Wholehearted : slow down, help out, wake up / Ellison, Koshin Paley
“An inspiring book that will help readers rediscover their values and discover a way to truly live life to the fullest. Each of us has an enormous capacity for love–a deep well of attention and care that we can offer to ourselves and others. With guidance that is both simple and wholly transformative, Koshin Paley Ellison, Zen teacher and psychotherapist, shows us how to uncover it: pay attention, be of service, and be with others. With this inspiring book, you’ll learn how to identify the mental habits that could be hurting yourself.” (adapted from Catalogue)

The wisdom of anxiety : how worry and intrusive thoughts are gifts to help you heal / Paul, Sheryl
“For anyone troubled by obsessive thoughts, insomnia, and other manifestations of anxiety, counselor Sheryl Paul offers a shelter in the storm. In The Wisdom of Anxiety, Paul reveals that anxiety, like any emotion, is a signal – a clear bodily invitation to heal and renew your trust in your choices, self-image, and core values. Weaving together practical exercises, Jungian analysis, and lyrical personal stories, Paul offers drug-free approaches to renew your trust in your self.”  (adapted from Catalogue)

The shame factor : heal your deepest fears and set yourself free / Poulter, Stephan B
“A popular clinical psychologist explores an often misunderstood and unrecognized emotion that’s the root cause of many self-defeating and harmful behaviors. Emotional paralysis, a distorted view of self, a feeling of being a fraud, lack of trust in others, fear of criticism resulting in underdeveloped talents, and a chronic sense of being worthless, invisible, or disposable–these are typical symptoms of shame. This is a book full of insight and understanding, one that can help most of us discover and realize our full potentials.” (adapted from Catalogue)

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